The very first Bronco Off-Roadeo launched back in June in Horseshoe Bay, Texas, where Ford Authority was able to participate in the off-road experience and explore all of the capabilities the 2021 Ford Bronco has to offer. The Texas location was just the beginning, however, and Ford soon opened up additional Off-Roadeo sites in Moab, Utah, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Gunstock Mountain, New Hampshire. Now that winter is upon us, one might expect the Bronco Off-Roadeo to go into hibernation, but that won’t necessarily be the case, according to Bronco Nation.
While all four Off-Roadeo locations will be closed from December 13th through early January for the holidays, the Texas and Moab sites will reopen on January 7th, 2022 on Fridays and Saturdays with limited availability. Las Vegas will reopen later on March 1st, while the New Hampshire Off-Roadeo will also reopen sometime in early March. Thus, those that haven’t yet gotten the chance to experience the Bronco in an informative setting will get to do so, even in the colder winter months.
According to Ford, over 10,000 Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco Sport owners and guests have attended one of the Off-Roadeos thus far, and it expects the winter sessions to book up quickly. Regardless of the weather, the Moab and Texas locations will continue to offer the same experience as summer Off-Roadeo sessions, including off-road recovery, how to utilize the Bronco’s onboard technology, and how to navigate increasingly difficult obstacles and trails.
Those interested in registering for an upcoming Bronco Off-Roadeo event can do so by heading over here. For now, participation is limited to those that have ordered a Ford Bronco or Bronco Sport Badlands, as well as their guest. However, as Ford Authority previously reported, Ford hopes to open up the experience to others at some point in the future.